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[movies]Recession of the Jorge Montt Glacier, Patagonia: Image of the Day - NASA -- Images and animation by Vince Realmuto, based on research by Eric Rignot, NASA Jet Propulsion Lab
A new study of the Patagonia Icefields in South America by NASA and Chile's Centro de Estudios Cientificos concludes the icefields -- the largest non-Antarctic ice masses in the Southern Hemisphere -- are thinning at an accelerating pace, faster than other areas on the planet. The runoff from these melting icefields is contributing to an ongoing rise in global sea level. (Click to read the NASA press release...
Keywords: What -- Shuttle Radar Topography Mission; What -- CONTOUR; What -- Landsat; What -- SRTM; Where -- The Valley; Where -- Pacific Ocean
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[movies]Zoom in on Los Angeles, California : Image of the Day - NASA -- Animation courtesy NASA GSFC Scientific Visualization Studio, based on data from MODIS, Landsat 7, and Space Imaging's IKONOS. Still image copyright Space Imaging, Inc.
Satellite remote sensors view the Earth at many scales of space, ranging from global through continental, regional, and local--even observing details as small as one meter (three feet) across. These data enable scientists to study a wide range of phenomena that occur over these same scales of space, such as El Nino, droughts, storms, and flash floods. The above image shows the Hollywood sign above Los Angeles, California...
Keywords: What -- Earth; What -- Terra; What -- Landsat 7; Where -- Los Angeles; Where -- California
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[movies]Irrigation in the Heart of the Sahara: Image of the Day - NASA -- Images and animation by Robert Simmon, based on data aqcuired by the Landsat 7 Science Team Landsat data is archived and distributed by the
Although it is now the largest desert on Earth, during the last ice age the Sahara was a savannah with a climate similar to that of present-day Kenya and Tanzania. The annual rainfall was much greater than it is now, creating many rivers and lakes that are now hidden under shifting sands or exposed as barren salt flats. Over several hundred thousand years the rains also filled a series of vast underground aquifers...
Keywords: What -- Earth; Where -- Morocco; Where -- Algeria; Where -- United States of America; What -- Landsat 7; Where -- Kenya; Where -- Tanzania; Where -- Egypt; Where -- Sudan; Where -- Libya; Where -- Chad; Where -- Tunisia
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